, 0157 (b)(1) and 0169; United States v.
A: You order a JAGMAN
when you want to be sure of the facts.
Apparently endorsing the JAGMAN
investigation's characterization of Cole as having had to "pull" relevant intelligence, the Crouch-Gehman commission held that intelligence support should be "dedicated from a higher echelon," meaning that someone in the chain of command (i.e., with more resources) above Cole should have provided better support to the ship.
REPORT, supra note 260, at 27 (Finding 13) ("Her
He said while those putting together the Jagman
Report were open and invited a British military representative to hear all the evidence, he was denied a copy of the engineering report.
for "administrative fact-finding procedure"); JAGMAN
Mr Walker added to his list of demands an uncensored copy of the Jagman
Report - the US report into the accident that considers whether any blame can be attributed for the crash - and a US engineering report.
1986) (explaining that earlier version of JAGMAN
, which required approval of Judge Advocate General before issuance of warrant of attachment could result in penalties for government at trial).
The Navy JAG Instruction 5800.7E, Manual of the Judge Advocate General (JAGMAN
), and JAG Instruction 5801.2A, Legal Assistance Manual, contain the regulations governing ELAP for the Navy and the Marine Corps.
5800.7D, Manual of the Judge Advocate General (JAGMAN
This rule is derived from JAGMAN
0130, which states, "Navy and Marine Corps judge advocates may be detailed as trial and defense counsel by the judge advocate's CO, OIC, or his designee." Manual of The Judge Advocate General (JAGMAN
) 1-47 (20 June 2007), available at http://www.jag.navy.mil/library/instructions/ JAGMAN2007.pdf.